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    Tales from the Woods
    26-08-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Nandrin - Merlin Works 4.0 testride Two
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    Today I wanted to test the Merlin in some more challenging terrain so I went to Nandrin. This is an area I know very well and it offers some steep climbs and tricky downhills. I set out at the little church of Scry. I did not change any of the bikes' settings because I was quite pleased with the way the suspension behaved. From the outset, I was on a false-flat gravel road, with some bigger stones protruding. When I ride a hardtail, this is one section where I have to get out of the saddle a couple of times to avoid being hammered in the back. Well, as was to be expected, the ICT suspension really shines on sections like these. You just remain seated and you can continue pedalling, which results in a more comfy ride AND a higher speed. Great!
    I noticed when I climbed into the forest that the area was a lot wetter than yesterday, with big puddles , some of which I could not avoid, making the bike dirty with mud pretty soon. There had been some local yoyos rodeo-ing through the trails with jeeps leaving the entire forest road covered with slimy mud their tyres threw up when they hammered the waterholes. Yummie!
    The Nobby Nics were not concerned though, they offer great traction and, what is even more important, also astonishing grip on offcamber sections. I was only surprised once when my front wheel washed out on a wet rock I did not see and I had to react with lighting speed to keep the rubber side down. Unfortunately I was still having trouble with the narrow-ish handlebar, which did not help my confidence in the technical sections and also the Sram X.0 controls would never become my friends. Those X.0 shifters are really NOT made for my hands. No matter how I positioned my fingers, I could NOT find a position which had me comfortably holding the handles while allowing me to brake with one finger and be able to shift up and down without having to adjust my fingers' position at least once. XTR lets me do just that. That is why I have XTR on all my bikes and why I am not impressed by the X.0 thumbies.
    I got used to the X.0 rear derailleur by now so I had no more trouble with that. Save the fact that I am used to a Rapid Rise XTR which had me make a couple of miss-shifts, and in some occasions these caused me to walk. I don't like to walk!
    After 22K I got to the bottom of a long climb, a perfect place to check out the way the Fox Float R rebound control influences the behaviour of the rear suspension. I first rode up the climb with the rebound in the middle position, the way I had been using it all along now. The track was very steep and littered with wet rocks, little gullies ,pieces of wood and other rubble. I was on the smallest gear but made the climb with no real troubles. I then rode down the trail and started the climb all over again, this time with the rebound in the fastest position. Immediately the rear wheel began to behave more skitterish on the rocks, comparable to what a hardtail would do. I did make the climb but I had to expand some more energy to counteract the way the rear suspension acted. The fast rebound made the wheel lose control from time to time. Down the hill again. I put the rebound on the slowest position and rode up that hill a third time. This went great but from time to time I did feel the sluggish return of the shock hindered my upward motion. After this I can only conclude that the best way for me to climb with this shock is just put the rebound in its middle position (it has 5 clicks) and get on with it.
    After this I had to rest a little bit on a rocky outcrop and I took some time to eat and take some piccies. The downhills had me frown because the Reba was emitting some hissing noises. It worked fine throughout the ride though , and I really appreciated the remote lockout for the short tarmac sections. Perhaps it needs some attention in the form of maintenance.
    In the back all was cool. the 10cm of travel are more than enough for my kind of riding and the terrains I frequent. I could not discern the rear suspension stiffening under braking (can anyone?) so I cannot vouch for it being active or not. I did not experience any pedal kickback on the climbs.
    Another steep technical climb in the fields was coming up , with the wheels in some kind of gutter formed by rocks and earth, the trail restricted by sharp thorny bushes on one side, and barbed wire on the other. This is a real killer and the bike took it well. The wheels went where they were supposed to go, and I could keep on pedalling . This is not a climb most people make on their first attempt. I have of course the advantage of knowing the trail but nevertheless I was pleased. I was very pleased with my ride today when i arrived back at my car after some 34K and 2hours+ of riding.

    So now, the million dollar question, would I buy this bike?
    Well, the answer is ...probably yes . The Merlin Works 4.0 is a fine bike, with a rugged, superbly finished front triangle made in my favorite metal and with an Ellsworth ICT aluminum rear suspension triangle which was very stiff laterally, had nice oversized bearings , a solid looking rocker and on top of that  worked just fine, allowing me to hammer while staying seated on the trails where I otherwise would have been standing up, losing traction and speed . The climbing performance is similar to my Moots YBB, but offering (a lot) more travel hence faster speeds in the downhills makes this bike considerably faster overall. The only advantage a hardtail has would be its lighter weight. But at 11kg this Merlin is no heavyweight, it is even marginally lighter than my current Moots build.
    I would opt for the Fox RP23 damper instead of the Fox Float R, mainly because the RP23 offers more adjustability.
    I would throw all things SRAM far from it though . Obviously I would choose my preferred XTR Rapid Rise rear derailleur and those heavenly XTR shifters. The wheels performed great and I would certainly like to try the XR1540 disc wheelset DT Swiss offers. The dics rotors were Shimano XTR 160mm and they performed flawlessy with the Hope Mono Mini rotors, another thing I would not change.
    The Rock Shox Reba World Cup then , yes, I have a Reba World Cup under wraps but I would set it to 100mm because I believe this is what the bike deserves. To be honest, the Reba performed good even in the 85mm position but I did feel the front of the bike was too low. I fiddled some more with the compression knob (on the remote lockout) but did not feel a lot of change in the behaviour of the fork whilst riding. Other then that it dived deeper during braking with lower compression, which nearly took me by surprise once. I upped the compression considerably and left it alone after that . The carbon/alu handlebar/stem I would of course replace with titanium ones, and 56cm at least instead of the 54cm the Easton EC90 was cut too. The Chris King headset can stay,obviously, and that Ringlé Moby Deuce 31.2mm seatpost looks so sweet, I want one !

    Only one day to go before I have to return this bike. I had a couple of good rides on it and I think I will take it for a longer offroad ride tomorrow, albeit with not as much hills in it as today. Unlike the bike that can be cleaned and prepared in a few hours for its next ride, this ole body needs more time to recuperate,  no matter what bike it is on.



    Ride Stats : 33.8K and 640 heightmeters in 2h09mins
    Hill Factor : 19

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    26-08-2007, 00:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    25-08-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Merlin Works 4.0 testride One
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    Went to Filip Sport to pick up a Merlin Works 4.0 testbike kindly provided by ABG .
    There were two things I did not like from the start but would have to live with. The (excellent) Rock Shox Reba Worldcup fork was set to 85mm and not to 100mm - which would match beautifully with the bike's 100mm (4 inches) of rear suspension . Why they left it at 85 is therefore a bit of a mystery to me. Furthermore the shifters were SRAM X0 thumbies mounted on a carbon handlebar. That handlebar was a cm or two too narrow for my liking. I am an XTR dude but I was secretly looking forward to try the much-acclaimed and over-expensive X.0 combo.
    The rest of the bike was obviously top-notch to match its pedigree. Filip mounted some DT Swiss wheels with DT340 hubs and the braking was with my favorite Hope Mono Mini disc brakes, 160mm in front and rear . Rear derailleur was a SRAM X.0 and the front derailleur was XTR. Cranks and BB were Shimano XTR 2005, an excellent choice although I felt the chainline was a bit off, being to the outside more than was good for it, causing the chain to drop from the front big and middle chainrings when shifting all the way up the cassette  in the back. The headset was a Chris King, a golden one , someone obviously knows my preferences. Tyres were Schwalbes excellent allrounders Nobby Nic in 2.1 inch.
    The saddlepost was a very beautiful Ringle Moby Deuce , made from Easton aluminum. As I already mentioned the handlebar was an Easton carbon thingie. Stem was alu and it looked light and stiff. I put on a Flite saddle and my Xpedo Ti/Ti pedals and weighted the bike at 11kg - give or take a few grams . Not bad for a titanium full susser with 10cm of suspension.
    The titanium front trangle oozed craftmanship, and that is to be expected from a firm like Merlin, who have over 20 years of experience with the expensive grey metal . Made with their proprietory MTS 3/2.5 tubing the welds are smooth and even. Very simply put a work of art and a joy to look at.
    The rear triangle is made by Ellsworth and features their much-appraised ICT (Instant Center Tracking I believe) suspension, which is basically a 4-bar linkage job coupled to a Fox Float R pump. I put some 105psi in it and put the red rebound knob midway. That way I had about 1cm of sag. On the Reba front fork I put the rebound knob in the middle position and pumped it up to 105Psi both in the upper and lower air chamber. I haven't got a clue what the compression knob on the remote lockout does so I also left it in its middle position. Before getting it dirty I had a little photo session trying to capture the details of the bike. Check the link below for the results.
    The ride then. I decided to take it on an easy ride to start out with, to see if everything worked as it should and also to check if my position on the bike was right. The bike is a 17.5" frame and I got my position dialled in perfectly, save for the slightly narrow bars and the front end which felt a bit low.
    I started out on the Blue Meerdael BLOSO loop and from the start I felt the comfort when the rear suspension took the stones, cobbles and roots, effectively mellowing out the ride. I could see the suspension work when I pedalled and I also could feel it ever so slightly. But it did not bother me. I took some of the meaner downhills in Meerdael forest and the bike just went where I pointed it, with fast speed and in perfect control. The narrow bars bothered me a bit, and I could do with a titanium stem/bar combo in front instead of the harsh alu/carbon combination that was mounted.
    I did not like the X.0 shifters, they had me wriggling my fingers in all kinds of positions, taking my concentration away from the ride. Furthermore I did not like the way the X.0 rear derailleur shifted, it didn't work as precise as my XTR does, although later into the ride I learned that instead of caressing the shifters as you do with XTR, you needed to hammer the X.0 and then they do shift crisply and correct.
    On the uphills I noticed immediately the bike climbed very well , even the steepest I could find it made without any trouble. Of course since it only weighs 11kg that was to be expected. It was well balanced and the suspension did not work against me when pedalling up the slopes. On the contrary, it nicely followed the terrain and let me concentrate on powering up the hill. The Nobby Nics - being what they are, an excellent and grippy tyre - helped as well to track precisely and offer good traction.
    I rode over to Sint Agatha Rode to connect to the Overijse Red trail, and had a blast on the tricky step downhill. Pity another biker bailed out in front of me, which caused me to brake , but the bike handled the dropoffs beautifully, giving me lots of confidence. The Hope brakes, which I'm quite used to from the Moots, are very powerful. Even with 'only' 160mm in front I had no need for more braking power today. When I got home I noticed I used about 5/6th of the available travel on the Float R, which I think is good. Tomorrow or monday I plan to take the bike to the Ardennes for some 'real' downhills and climbs.
    So far so good. I was pleased with the bike's handling, the meticulous craftmanship, comfortable ride and yet very stiff rear end. I could not fault it into twisting and turning. Even when standing on the pedals and powering up a hill I felt no noticeable flex in the bracket or rear suspension. A very good design it seems. I had some trouble with the shifting , as I already mentioned the X.0 shifters are not my thing and the chainline was not optimal causing the chain to drop a couple of times when I was crossing it too much. I would have loved 100mm in front but even with 85mm, the Reba performed flawlessly, stiff and precise steering are a given with this fork. Some more dialling-in is needed to make it perform a little less harsh on the small stuff. Or I could opt for a titanium stem/handlebar to mellow out the little vibrations. That is the setup I use on my bikes. Gave the bike a quick once-over when I got home , brushed off a few specks of mud and it's ready to go for another ride.


    I want to kindly thank M. Van Doorn at American Bicycle Group for lending me this bike.
    Also thanks to Filip at Filip Sport for providing me with the missing parts.

    Some pictures can be found here (CLICK) .
     
    Ride Stats : 43.5K and 525 heightmeters in 2h11mins

    7490/70055

    25-08-2007, 00:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    23-08-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Haasrode revisited
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    Yes, a day without rain , the sun even shone when I arrived home from work. Quickly on the bike and away I went for a spin around the Haasrode tour, one of my favorite road rides which takes me along Hoegaarden and L'Ecluse, with some fine landscapes. I cut the tour short at Pietrebais and rode home over Hamme Mille.

    At last I will get to test the Merlin Works 4.0 titanium full suspension bike. Since the end of last year I had been asking Marijn van Doorn, from American Bicycle Group, to testride this expensive bike. I contacted him again a few days ago and he agreed to send the bike over to Filip Sport, where it now awaits final assembly.
    Should be ready next saturday. I will test it extensively and see how the Ellsworth ICT rear suspension performs. Maybe my search for a full suspension is at an end, maybe not, we'll see how the bike performs.

    Ride Stats : 53K and 380 heightmeters in 2h09mins

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    23-08-2007, 19:14 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    21-08-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Broke nipple again
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    I wanted to do a little tour with the Moots - it's been since April -  but again I had troubles with a wheel. After the front wheel it's now the back wheel that has a spoke coming loose because one of the nipples broke. Damn, I should have had them replaced together with those of the front wheel. Obviously the nipples are failing because of metal fatigue coupled to the high spoke tension. I praise my self lucky this did not happen during a ride.
    So I took the Hilset out for a quick spin to loosen my muscles. Nothing fancy just and hour of low intensity riding.

    Ride Stats : 25K and 175 heightmeters in 1h03mins

    7267/67590

    21-08-2007, 19:04 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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